Nine months ago Android 2.2, also known as Froyo, was released. Since the release we have seen the majority of devices receive an update to there Android operating system and have also seen many new Android devices being released with the 2.2 os.
According to the document above 61.3 percent of Android phones are on the 2.2 operating system. Only 3 percent are still on 1.5, almost 5 percent are on 1.6, and 29 percent are running Android 2.1. That leaves the remaining 1.9 percent on a version higher than 2.2. As of right now only 1 percent of Android devices are running Gingerbread, while only 0.2 percent have Honeycomb. That may seem discouraging, but with how quickly new devices are being released plus the devices that could still receive an update these numbers could increase rapidly.